Água de Coco is a beachwear brand from Ceará that works with women’s, men’s and children’s fashion as well as accessories and home decor. Created by designer Liana Thomás in 1985. The designer started the brand alone with only a sewing machine in her living room, today Água de Coco has stores throughout the world. […]Read More Água de Coco
Agnès Andrée Marguerite Troublé is a French designer born in Versailles in 1941. She graduated from École du Louvre in Paris. At seventeen she caught the attention of Elle magazine, in a flea market, where she sold clothes with a unique and stripped style, and started working as an assistant editor for the magazine. After […]Read More Agnès b.
Also known as Astrakhan, it’s a fur from the Russian Karakul lamb. It was widely used for cuffs, collars and hats until the 19th century. In the 20th century, a fabric that mimics the fur was created, with the same name as Astrakhan. Above, in the cover image, we see the Karakul lamb and below, […]Read More Agneau Rasé
Mehemed Fehmy Agha was descendant of Turks and was born in present-day Ukraine in 1896. He had a key role in difning the job of the art director in magazines of early 20th century. He graduated in arts and later in economics when he lived in Kiev. After moving to Paris he graduated in Oriental […]Read More Agha, Mehemed Fehmy